'Reclaiming Your Joy' Workshop is March 18 in Goffstown
GOFFSTOWN — Reclaiming Your Joy, a workshop to begin the re-forming of the New England Association for Christian Educators, will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. March 18 at Goffstown Christian Fellowship, 67 Henry Bridge Road.
Register on line before March 10 by going to www.http://www.instituteforlearningvtnh.org; email firstname.lastname@example.org; or phone 497-4432.
The New England Association for Christian Educators offers educational opportunities for Christians teaching or administering educational programs. Those interested in joining may so indicate with their registration for the workshop.
MANCHESTER — New Hampshire Catholic Charities raised nearly $100,000 at its 9th annual Mardi Gras Gala in Concord on Feb. 1, according to Rosemary Hendrickx, the agency’s director of development operations.
New Hampshire Catholic Charities is one of the largest private, non-profit, social services organizations in the state. It serves the poor and vulnerable regardless of faith.
MANCHESTER — The Unitarian Universalist Church presents the 2013 documentary film “Two Who Dared: The Sharps’ War,” on March 2.
After 17 ministers declined the Unitarian Association’s request for relief volunteers in Europe at the onset of World War II, the Rev. Waitstill and Martha Sharp were the 18th call.
During the course of two missions in Prague (1939) and southern France (1940), the Sharps and their underground confederates played a vital role in saving hundreds of people from persecution.
The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee is a human rights organization powered by grassroots collaboration. In 15 countries throughout the world, UUSC fosters social justice and works toward a world free from oppression.
Admission is free, but donations are sought to help defray expenses. Bring a non-perishable food for local pantries.
Bedford Parish is sending food to Africa
Guided by hunger relief organization Stop Hunger Now, teams of high school youth and parents packaged meals of fortified rice and soy. The meals will be delivered to warehouses in Burkina Faso, where they will be distributed to local partners serving the most vulnerable populations.
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